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i've overclocked my q9550 to 3.4Ghz on my intel dp45, all the settings r default, just core voltage set to 1.2v(By the way is it a good voltage??) and bus speed set to 400mhz , and it's working realy well and stable, but each time i start my pc, i need to go into the bios and just enter to the performance tab and save&exit. what i mean is : turn on - access the bios - go to performance tab - enter cpu performance (without changing any thing) - go back - f10(save&exit) - restart, and it will work, where without accesing the bios the pc start with stock cpu speed.. Any thoughts?? this is my first post,so if u have any comments on my system details please share it....
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perhaps you need to replace the motherboard battery.
    
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Hi.

Maybe your CMOS battery needs to be replaced.

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perhaps you need to replace the motherboard battery.
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Hi.

Maybe your CMOS battery needs to be replaced.

You guys are quick!

You can pull the CMOS battery out, take it to a jewelry store, and 99.9% chance they'll have one there. They're only like $2-3 or so .
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You guys are quick!

You can pull the CMOS battery out, take it to a jewelry store, and 99.9% chance they'll have one there. They're only like $2-3 or so .
You dont need to go to a jewlery store, they should have it pretty much anywhere they sell batteries. Your local grocery store probably has it.
    
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Wouldn't it tell him though?



Every time I've seen the battery going out it halts on post saying 'Motherboard Battery Is low' or something like that..


I think every computer at my highschool had that on boot lol..
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no guys, the settings still intact and the same
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Wouldn't it tell him though?



Every time I've seen the battery going out it halts on post saying 'Motherboard Battery Is low' or something like that..


I think every computer at my highschool had that on boot lol..
Not necessarily.

I have had CMOS batteries that have gone bad that gave me no on-screen indication.

Additionally another Member here had a brand-new motherboard that came with a bad battery and there was no indicator there either.

It would be nice to have that feature (low battery warning) to be universal.
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You dont need to go to a jewlery store, they should have it pretty much anywhere they sell batteries. Your local grocery store probably has it.
Sometimes, yes. I've had more luck personally at jewelry stores though. Sometimes the battery section in grocery stores doesn't have the right one. I usually go to Shopko, and hit up their jewelry counter. Walmart is likely the same.....but I don't trust Wal Mart employee's to give me the right part number, or even have it in stock.

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Wouldn't it tell him though?



Every time I've seen the battery going out it halts on post saying 'Motherboard Battery Is low' or something like that..


I think every computer at my highschool had that on boot lol..
Not always. That only happens when the CMOS battery is COMPLETELY dead. If its just starting to go, then it'll quit saving information, but not be low enough to cause the warning message.

EDIT:
Dangit Syr! Ninja'd me .
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Syrillian View Post
Hi.

Maybe your CMOS battery needs to be replaced.

no changing in bios settings, my settings still the same in the bios, i just need to access them then save.
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Maxtor  LG Super Multi Windows7 Ultimate LG Flatron W2242S 
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Genius ThemalTake KK500 Thermaltake Element T Gigabyte M6900 
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Maxtor  LG Super Multi Windows7 Ultimate LG Flatron W2242S 
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